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Old Nov 1, 2017, 12:00 PM   #1
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Deleting Rear o2 wires

Hello Guys,

I'm depining/deleting lots of wiring for my track car. Not registered, not street driven etc.

Can I delete the Rear o2 wiring/sensor if its disabled in ECU Flash? Same for OE boost solenoid?

I've already removed EGR/EVAP/FP Solenoid/AC wiring/Front impact sensors etc.

While I've got the engine harness out I'd like to remove the rear o2 wiring, boost solenoid wiring, MAF wiring etc just not sure if this is going to cause a problem with a SD ECU Flash setup.

Thank you in advance.
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yes you can remove it, but leave the sensor input pin in the ecu side of the connector, you can use the input for logging.
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